George Epstein

Gaming Today George Epstein

George "The Engineer" Epstein is the author of The Greatest Book of Poker for Winners! and Hold’em or Fold’em? – An Algorithm for Making the Key Decision (T/C Press, PO Box 36006, Los Angeles, CA 90036). He teaches poker courses and conducts a unique Poker Lab at the Claude Pepper Sr. Center under the auspices of the City of Los Angeles Dept. of Recreation and Parks and at West Los Angeles College.

He’s also a retired engineer who has received many awards and commendations, and continues to be active by consulting, editing an international technical newsletter and serving on the board of directors of a professional engineering society. One engineering society has a scholarship in his honor. He has taught special engineering courses at UCLA and at various NASA Centers. Currently, he his helping the City of Los Angeles to upgrade its road repair/maintenance capabilities. In writing his poker books, George applied his engineering experience in solving complex problems.

Coming up with best play for nut flush

Coming up with best play for nut flush

posted on April 25, 2017 by

Poker by George | It is always exciting to catch the nuts – a hand that can’t be beat. What is the best way to play such a hand?

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Finishing up the ABC's of poker

Finishing up the ABC's of poker

posted on April 18, 2017 by

Poker by George | Now, we will discuss the fourth and fifth (D and E) elements essential for winning consistently.

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Playing strong hand simple as ABC

Playing strong hand simple as ABC

posted on April 11, 2017 by

Poker by George | “ABC” poker is playing in a straightforward manner; don’t get fancy. Its main focus is playing strong starting-hands, folding the weak ones.

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Flopping top set and how to play it

Flopping top set and how to play it

posted on April 04, 2017 by

Poker by George | In a previous column, we discussed various factors you should consider after flopping top set on the board – playing your hand on the flop so as to maximize your win.

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Looking at pair of tens in a $4-8 limit hold'em game

Looking at pair of tens in a $4-8 limit hold'em game

posted on March 28, 2017 by

Poker by George | It’s a $4-$8 limit hold’em game. You are seated in a middle position and dealt a pair of 10’s. Several others and you stay to see the flop. You are hoping to catch a third 10 that matches your pocket pair for a “set.”

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